He is a master of speaking without saying much of anything at all. Some reports suggest Patricia worked as a showgirl, others that her parents met at university. "I don't have any memories of it," Reeves tells me. Who can say whether or not those influences happen [to make a difference]? For example, when I throw out a feeble question about what appealed to him about John Wick, he has this to say: "I really liked the character. "I think I was only six or seven months old when my parents left."For the next few years, the family moved around: America, Australia. By the time he was seven, the children were living in Toronto with their mother. Yeah."Reeves recently published what he calls a 'grown up children's book'.. Here's "Ode To Happiness" in full: What was your intent in writing "Ode To Happiness"? But I think it has to be in your temperament as well. If you're doing 'gun-fu' it's, like: 'OK, I've got a pistol but now I'm also doing judo moves or going into jujitsu moves'. So it's integrating one skill into something else at a high level of dexterity. "Anyway, for the first time in a decade, Keanu Reeves had a hit on his hands. At 52, he is back in the position of being able to open a blockbuster."Recently I'm maybe a little closer to being able to break into that world again," is how he puts it. He means Prince Siddhārtha Gautama, or Buddha, from 1993's Little Buddha. His parents met in Beirut, which, before the country was destroyed by civil war in the Seventies, was a major commercial, financial and cultural centre. 'Let's go to the 'memory screen'…'"He was going to night school doing Uta Hagen's famous Respect for Acting class, at the same time taking improv classes at Second City, the sketch and comedy troupe in Toronto. '""But I loved to go to the movies as a kid and I loved watching movies. Even the act of going outside to the movies for me, and watching them in a room.
It's certainly a depth of character not immediately apparent while Wick is in the middle of a six-minute nightclub shootout. In the Nineties, clever-clever Brit cultural magazine put him on its cover, alongside a profile of Roland Barthes. You must be the only major Hollywood star who doesn't even have an official website. " — he mimes cutting to an infographic, as if on a TV news show — "'OK! "I think I'll neither confirm nor deny the observation," he says. She worked as a costume designer, to David Bowie for one. Then you might find it deliciously, horribly funny.
In one spot, Reeves rides one of his cycles down a dusty western highway, asking himself if he should make a Squarespace website for his Arch Motorcycle company.
In another he sits in front of a campfire and says that most people think making a website is difficult, “but they’re wrong.” A longer form video has Reeves doing a tutorial of sort on how to make a Squarespace website.
Client: Squarespace CCO: David Lee Creative Production Director: Sandra Nam Brand Creative Director: Josh Webman Copywriter: Andrew Jasperson and Brock Kirby Creative Producer: Nadia Lachance Production: Anonymous Content Director: Tim Godsall Managing Director: Eric Stern Executive Producer: Sue Ellen Clair Head of Production: Kerry Haynie Producer: Paul Ure Production Supervisor: Rebecca Deelo Coordinator: Amanda Andrews Stunt Coordinator: Sean Graham1st A.
D.: Eric Topp Editorial: Final Cut Edit Executive Producer: Suzy Ramirez Producer: Barbara HEditor: Rick Russell VFX: Electric Theatre Collective ('Should You Make A Website?